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That's worst I've seen, like fullly flexed on both ends and all weight up front pushing hard. As long as the tires still can slide and don't grab you'll be fine.
Yeah I'm not worried about the tires on the frame. Really only want to make sure there's not a ton of contact on the coilovers. I think I'm there now. The rear is worked out already, but only on the driver side, still gotta redo the passenger side. Also have to add the Bracing and such. Thinking I'll get it going today still. My morning job was a bust, so I'm home already.
 

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Bump stops all set. Just need a few more braces and then burned in. They're close but not that bad. The only way they'll make contact with the shocks is if something breaks... which would be my luck
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Are the shock mounts so far inboard due to tire clearance/wheel back spacing?

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Yes. I was quite surprised by how much i needed to move them in. I figure swinging a 40x13.50r17 and hanging 16" of travel was most of the culprit. It shouldn't matter though, tuning will just have to compensate for it.
 
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